Independence is coming to school in Japan – Saturday morning news

Japan is probably one of the most intriguing places in our country … In conversations with friends, for example, a lot of great information comes out of Japan. It’s the same with social networks. In fact, it is so exaggerated that this information is sometimes wrong. Japanese living in Turkey often have to correct such misconceptions about Japanese culture. This is not just us. Japan attracts widespread attention in the European and American media. In our news, we will discuss the 100-year school ban in Japan. But before we get into the basics, let’s take a look at some different facts about Japan.

Adult adoption
In Japan, hundreds of years old family businesses adopt adult males when they have no heirs and put them in charge of their company. Thus, Japan has not lost the country’s title with the world’s longest-running family companies for years.
The country is now seeking adoption for the empire. There are only three men in the royal family. According to the inheritance system of the Japanese imperial family, the oldest monarchy with a history of 2,500 years, only men can ascend the throne. Therefore, good breed boys from old aristocratic families are now sought.
Older couples retire from marriage. They are not divorced. But they are different to fulfill different dreams of their leisure.
They are very sensitive about cleanliness. There are no cleaners on the streets. Even garbage is hard to see. Everyone cleans in front of their shop every morning.

There is a ban for a century
Let us come to the main point. Japan’s schools have been under strict restrictions for over a century.
The students’ clothes as well as their hairstyles and even their underwear have been mixed with colors.
Black and straight hair allowed. The argument is to preserve the traditional Japanese image. Those with normally curly hair need to prove it to the school administration.
Differently, male students after ‘Gakuran’. It’s like a pre-war military uniform. The girls’ aprons are like sailor’s uniforms.
Boys can’t cut their hair like pop stars, and girls have to make ponytails from the back, get a short blunt cut or braid their hair in two.
Other than that, a strict tattoo and piercing on everyone is forbidden.

Home retention removed
Students and parents have been complaining about these bans for a long time. In fact, authorities have conducted a comprehensive survey. According to the results, a decision has been taken recently. A significant portion of schools in the capital, Tokyo, have announced that five of the restrictions on students will be relaxed. The new rules will be effective from April 1, ie with the new academic term in the country. So what is this decision?
1) Hairstyles can be changed.
2) No black color required.
3) Girls no longer have to collect hair in two braids at school.
4) The color of the underwear will not be mixed.
5) In some cases, ‘house arrest’ was applied as punishment to high school students. This has been removed.

By bicycle Going to school Yes, the toilet Also clean!
Interesting applications are being implemented in schools all over the world Here are some examples:
Sweden: Children play in the woods in kindergarten and primary school.
Canada: Students are not allowed to go outside if the temperature drops below minus 20. This is why games that do not cause injury are taught in school, indoors.
Denmark: In many areas, children have to cycle to school, especially in good weather.
Finland: Children under the age of eight are allowed to walk for at least three hours.
Japan: It is the duty of the students to do all the cleaning work including toilets in secondary and high schools.
Chinese: Elementary school students are not given homework, technology equipment is limited, and they are encouraged to play outside.

The first apron to be worn in England
In Japan, the regulations currently apply to 240 schools in the capital Tokyo and schools in the Fukuoka region. Moreover, it is not for all ages. Only high school students can benefit from this relief. However, it is expected that sanctions across the country will be relaxed in the near future. The decision, taken in Japan, has received a lot of attention in the world media. Sites such as the Guardian, CNN and the BBC carry the details on their pages. Examples from other countries were also reported, according to the BBC. The news item contained information that “according to historians, the first school uniform was introduced in England in the 16th century.” Although it was said that dress codes were applied in countries like India, Ghana and Indonesia today, it was said that practices in countries like Italy, Brazil and France were left to the initiative of schools. It was said that there are two types of uniforms in Chinese schools. Accordingly, students wear one of their outfits on Mondays and special days and the other on other days. In Turkey, in schools affiliated to the Ministry of National Education, students are not required to wear uniforms in schools, classrooms and branches.

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